! LaTeX Error: File `enumitem.sty' not foundYou can obtain that package – eg. by Googling "LaTeX enumitem.sty" – and add it to your Scientific Word/WorkPlace v5.5 installation as C:\sw[p]55\TCITeX\TeX\LaTeX\contrib\enumitem\enumitem.sty: see screenshot SWP-TeXLive1. You should start by copying an .sty file from another folder to use as a template, and open it with WordPad or NotePad to enter the new contents.
For any questions, please contact the editorial office of the journal or email@example.com. For LaTeX-related questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org you might want to ask them if they can supply a simpler set of typesetting specifications for your particular journal, which does not call so many unnecessary packages.
We replied:I want to put the caption of the [graphic] at the top of it!
Could you pls provide me with the method for that?
...that's because the same graphic would have one caption above ("Figure 1: first caption") and another below ("Figure 2: second caption").When you right click the [graphic] and select Properties, on the Labeling tab the option to choose Caption placement Above is greyed out. But if you go back to the Layout tab and choose Placement – Floating, you can then go back to the Labeling tab and select the Caption placement above.
You should only have a Caption either Above or Below: if you have captions both Above and Below then it will cause problems with the numbering...
As we wrote in our January 2022 mailing Item 5, you can read lots more about handling graphics in Scientific Word/WorkPlace v5.5 by going to our mailings page and searching (Ctrl-F on most browsers) for "graphics".Regarding graphics import, you said “I fill in the caption and token, pick a 4in wide dimension and uncheck the "here" button.” If you routinely have to do this, we recommend you change your default setting so that File – Import Picture brings in graphics with the settings you like.
To do this, go to Tools – User Setup – Graphics and set the Floating Placement in the bottom right.
and then scroll down to make sure that .pdf files are set to open with your Acrobat program.When you double-click on a PDF in Windows Explorer, does it open Acrobat to show the PDF? If not, then that is the first problem you need to sort out; that’s nothing to do with Scientific WorkPlace. Depending on your version of Windows, you need to set PDFs to open with Acrobat from Control Panel – Default Programs – Associate a file type with a program – Choose default application by file type
We hope this helps other users too.My Scientific Workplace is up and running again. Thank you very much for your help.
The IT people installed the latest version of Acrobat Reader for me <snip>. I am now using Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. I then uninstalled Scientific Workplace and installed it again from your website <snip>. It was rather quick and easy to install again.
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